The Grub Street Food Festival Returns on October 21

Happening Sunday, October 21.
Happening Sunday, October 21.

Just as we’ve done the previous two years, Grub Street will again team up with the Hester Street Fair for the Grub Street Food Festival. What to expect: Nearly 100 street vendors turning out the best they have to offer. That means spots like Baohaus, Luke’s Lobster, Mile End, Pies n Thighs, Miss Lily’s, and lots more will set up shop at the corner of Hester and Essex Streets on Sunday, October 21. Check out the full list of confirmed vendors straight ahead and set aside some time to stop by. As always, it’s free to get in and goes down between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Happening Sunday, October 21.
Happening Sunday, October 21.

Abraco NYC
An Choi
Anderson’s 1949 - Brooklyn
Arancini Bros.
Athni’s Greek Foods
Bare Knuckle Chili
Bittersweet NYC
Blue Marble Ice Cream
Bombay Sandwich Co.
Bon Chovie
Brooklyn Soda Works
Brooklyn Taco Company
Brooklyn Oyster Party
Bunna Cafe
Cafe Grumpy
Char No. 4
Cheeky Sandwiches
Chinese Mirch
Cuzin’s Duzin
Cocktail Bodega
Cultured Confections
Daisy Duke’s
Danny Macaroons
e.e. cookies
Family Recipe
Filled with Sweets
First Prize Pies
Free Bread Inc
Galli Restaurant
Georgia’s Eastside BBQ
Good Eats to Go
Goodie Girl Tribeca
Handsome Hank’s Fish Hut
Heat Sweets
Hong Kong Street Cart
Imperial Woodpecker Sno-Balls
Jessy’s Pastries
Kelvin Natural Slush
Kettle Falafel
Korilla BBQ
La Crepe C’est Si Bon
La Newyorkina
Liddabit Sweets
Little Muenster
Luke’s Lobster
Macaron Parlour
Melt Bakery
Mayhem & Stout
Mrs. Kim’s Kimchi
Mile End
Mimi and Coco NY
Miss Lily’s
Northern Spy Food Co.
Oaxaca Taqueria
P&H; Soda Co.
Pie Corps
Pies N Thighs
Pockets Full Of Dough
Pop Karma
Purple Yam
Rice and Miso Everyday
Rhong Tiam Express
Rubirosa Pizza-Mobile
Solber Pupusas
Sons of Essex
Souvlaki GR
Spur Tree
Sticky’s Finger Joint
Stuffed Artisan Cannolis
Teaves Tea Company
The Brooklyn Bean Co
Yaya Tea Garden
Wechsler’s Currywurst & Bratwurst
Wooly’s Ice